Over the years, people have become more concerned about air pollution. While not even much thought was given to pollutants and healthy air years ago, today almost everyone focuses on them. This doesn’t just apply to the outside air – most people are very concerned about their indoor climate.
Fortunately, there is a way to make the quality of the air inside a lot healthier. All a person has to do is have the air ducts in their home cleaned regularly. Healthy air duct cleaning Asheville frees the air ducts from particles, pollutants and pollutants in the room air. It will also remove dust and debris that can cause breathing problems.
It is usually best to have the air ducts cleaned before the winter season. This is because many people rely heavily on their heating systems all winter long, pushing a lot of heated air through the ducts in the process. It is better to let the heat flow through clean ducts rather than dirty or clogged ducts.
Hiring a specialist is definitely recommended. Look for a licensed contractor rather than a jack-of-all-trades as this is the best way to ensure your ducts are properly cleaned. It is also wise to know that a thorough and extensive sewer cleaning takes several hours and preparation should be required to ensure that mold spores do not get into the house. Anyone who claims to be ready in a few hours has not yet done everything.
There are differences in the way different companies and specialists do an overall healthy sewer cleaning. Most, however, follow the same basic procedures. Here’s a guide to healthy sewer cleaning procedures so you know what to look for when a professional is working on your sewers:
1. Clean the oven and air conditioner. Before starting, the specialist tests the systems for proper function. Then he will disconnect the power so he can safely proceed with the rest of his cleaning. In this step, this includes vacuuming the interior of the furnace and the air conditioning system as well as cleaning the cooling coils and the fan unit.
2. Clean the flow and return registers and the grilles. The professional removes all registers, washes them with a detergent and rinses them off at the sink. In preparation for the next step, he places foam register plugs in the duct openings and blocks the return flow with a bag filter.
3. Clean the supply and return ducts. At this point the specialist takes out a large negative air machine and attaches it to the floor duct. The machine aligns brushes to clean the inside of the channels. The skilled person can then decontaminate the channels and apply sealant.
4. Install an electrostatic filter. The professional then installs a filter. He can also install a fixed odor remover in the return. He’ll replace all the registers and he’s done.